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there at the end. need ear factor in practice or qualifying. as kevin harvick and jeff gordon both just logged their fastest laps of the night. kyle larson in that 42 right now he's running in the 12th position and there you see greg biffle in the 16 just behind him in 13th. >> biff has a little right side damage. got in the wall going off turn one but wasn't very severe and hasn't affected the car much at all. that was early on, several laps ago. >> he makes battling for 3rd, dale earnhardt jr. and jeff gordon. jimmie johnson moves to the inside of brad keselowski for 14th. >> on that last caution, jimmie johnson took four tires, brad keselowski they did fuel only. >> jeff gordon trying to get some clean air across the hood of his chevrolet. takes 3rd away from his teammate. >>> three hendrick chevrolets running 3rd, 4th and 5th right now with johnson 14th with four new tires. so looking pretty good tonight for hendrick's racing operation. >> let's take a look at the pit stop averages for four tire stops. see who has been on it tonight. dale earnhardt jr. number 88 crew, steve letart averagin
," hilary rosen, a democratic strategist, and kevin madden, a republican strategist. are all eyes on the clintons? or the alternatives? tonight on "crossfire." >>> welcome to "crossfire." i'm stephanie cutter on left. >> i'm s.e. cupp on the right. in the "crossfire" tonight a pair of top political strategists. have a message for karl rove, thanks but no thanks. bill clinton took your silly softball pitch and knocked it out of the ballpark. look, it's neither sexist or out of bounds to raise serious legitimate questions about hillary's health. so i appreciate the effort, but imposing a ridiculous conspiracy theory, all you did was buy her a week of sympathy. and karl, you turned it into a punch line that gave bill clinton a perfect setup. >> now they say she's really got brain damage. >> you think they're just trying -- >> if she does, i must be in really tough shape because she's still quicker than i am. >> hardy-har-har. let's not make a habit of gifting singers to bill clinton. we'll take it from here, karl. >> you know, actually, i don't disafr agreagree with a thing y >> i be
to police. and now? once kevin looked at the pictures of the brothers, he understood clear as day that john's story could expose a terrible injustice, if it was ever revealed, that is. so kevin stewed about it for a bit, talked to his wife and took her advice. >> we had no hesitation that, you know, we should do something with this. you know, you're a lawyer. you know what to do with it. and just go ahead and do it, you know. it's the right thing to do. >> so he boarded a plane for detroit on his own dime and john faced down his fears. and both met with the lawyer who represented those imprisoned brothers. >> we met at a restaurant. and we talked to the lawyer, and he didn't seem like he believed me too much. and i said, you know what? give me a lie detector test. i'll take the test. and then we'll go from there. if you don't believe me, let's do this right now. >> okay. >> so a couple weeks later we ended up taking a lie detector test. it was one of the toughest thingsly to do. i was just sweating buckets. >> and the clig rafr detected john hellsher was being truthful. he passed with flyin
and kevin madden. >> congratulations, wolf. republicans need to stop picking on hillary clinton. it's only 2014. >> actually if the democrats tried listening, they'd avoid nominating a deeply flawed candidate. of course, democrats never listen to good advice. the debate starts right now. >> tonight on "crossfire," hillary clinton in the bull's-eye. attacks from the right. and discomfort on the left. >> i do worry about the inevitability thing. >> will she decide not to run or listen to a possible rival's advice? >> don't let the ugliness of politics keep you from pursuing public office. >> on the left, van jones. on the right, kevin madden. in the "crossfire," no alathy, communications director for democratic national committee. are both parties so focused on hillary clinton they are missing opportunities in 2014? tonight on "crossfire." >>> welcome to "crossfire." i'm kevin madden on the right. >> i'm van jones on the left. in the "crossfire" tonight the top message guys from both parties. for republicans, the message is clear. get hillary clinton. that's it. now this is may 2014. not fal
cars are at the house. >> kevin was hoping for a simple explanation, that they'd come upon his brother on the property hurt and unable to get up. >> my hope was that he gone out on the tract of land behind his home and had fallen and couldn't get home. >> but when he walked in the house the former fbi man didn't like what he saw. >> $600 in his wallet, suitcase is partially packed. i said everybody out. everybody out. this is not going to end well. and this is a crime scene. >> the principal id bailey was taken aback by kevin's comment. >> i understand that we have an issue here that keith's not where we thought he should be, but what do you mean it's not going to end well? >> the principal had called the sheriff's office to report ken missing. >> he had a bag packed. it looked like he was reaping for his trip. but nothing else that was out of place. >> deputies broke out flashlights and searched the house, the grounds, with no luck. keith reid was flat out gone. >> and it's really a mystery to them when they leave the house. >> correct. >> sunday night ended in drenching rain, darker
. >> they illustrate some disturbing trends within america's middle class. that's the conclusion made by kevin the light, the author of middle class melt down in america, people like the bolins, sabinos and williams, trying to keep pace in the middle class. >> we've lost a narrative for how to get ahead. just having a job and working hard at it and having a mortgage and trying to make payments on it. and trying to send your children to school. is now becoming more difficult by the day. >> is there one culprit to this, or is it a combination of things? >> well, it's really a pretty complex combination of things. i mean you have globalization that's brought to our shores very cheap goods. and very cheap services. provided by very educatean educated and indust trus industrious people. that's had something to do with it. you also have fb financial deregulation, dks finance deregulation. you could get credit cards with month proof of income. you can buy cars with no money down. you used to be able to buy houses with no money down. we made it very easy to school things and get into debt. and so we r
the very best of the nba. four-time scoring champion kevin durant of the oklahoma city thurnd was accepting the most valuable player award when he decided to dedicate the honor to his mother, who was there at the ceremony. wanda pratt was a single mother of two boys by the age of 21. durant made it clear without her, he wouldn't be where he is today. >> we weren't supposed to be here. you made us believe. you kept us off the street, put clothes on our backs, food on the table. when you didn't eat, you made sure we ate. you went to sleep hungry. you sacrificed for us. you're the real mvp. >> kevin durant, the nba's most valuable player. >>> "jet magazine" is ending publication of its print edition, right on the heels of "ladies home journal" doing the same. jet is switching to the web after 63 years in print. while the slogan used to be if it isn't in "jet" it didn't happen. these days "ebony" enjoys a huge lead in circulation. >>> our company made news today. the olympics agreed to a 8 billion deal with nbc for broadcast rights to the olympics through the year 2032. that's a long time, and
valuable mom. the woman behind the nba's mvp. >> eye made us believe. >> basketball star, kevin durant's emotional nod to his biggest fan. >> you are the real mvp. [ applause ] >> but first, "the "nightline" 5." macy's one-day sale saturday. doors open at 9:00 a.m. >>> good evening. as coffee stand pop up on almost every corner, the competition can heat up. one way to add an extra kick to the caffeine, have your baristas wear next to nothing giving new meaning to a tall skinny latte. with fewer clothes comes much greater scrutiny. not surprisingly, controversy. here is abc's neil karlinsky. >> reporter: in spokane, washington there are two kind of coffee hot, and, well -- choose your cliche. sizzling, whatever. this is where soft porn meets soy lattes. what are you selling here, exactly? >> coffee. >> reporter: just coffee. >> coffee. and some booby action some times. >> talking to a barista with stickers, or pasties that cover part of her may seem weird. until you realize this is the land of the so-called bikini baristas. >> you can't be shy. wearing what i wear. >> reporter: like it
14 percent from last year. what gives? let's talk with kevin paul scott - author of 8 essential exchanges and co- founder of the leadership organization, the addo institute. so kevin we've heard about the news regarding target's chief gregg steinhafel: he got the boot, but there have been plenty of others-- high-profile and other wise. > > yeah it's happening across a lot of sectors. the fire fox ceo... so it's happening in technology, health care, and the auto industry-- across all industries there seems to be a trend of ceos being forced out in favor of something newer and fresher and different. > > here's the question if companies are returning record earnings right now why are the heads of these companies leaving? > > what's happening is times are changing and it's not just about the product or the service you're delivering, it's are you delivering on your promise to make a difference in that community? and so the idea of social corporate responsibility is alive and well today and a lot of stockholders and consumers are trying to find what are these corporations doing to
for the city and a fiercely independent small property owner and i think pete and also kevin and kevin the trio that's the current ownership and their staff is a high road business for the city their leaders that have been combifb back to our richmond district green apple books was founded in 1967 and passed the business 0 on to other owners kevin kevin and pete. maggie is here unfortunately oliver wouldn't be here but i should add that the 28 staff ride their bisexuals and walk and take muni to work and i think pete in parking lot has advocated for the muni ride to work days he and the green apple books have survived the amazon type of companies borders their fiercely independent they support san francisco and loma the locally owned merchants associations to keep the small property owners strong in the city. green apple books was given the prestige honor the leading trade association as the bookstore of the year their nationally known as well. many of the bay area to the local press uncommonly acknowledge them as the best independent bookstore in the area. also in the course among many busines
of the suspect: 36-year-old kevin nguyen a seven-year veteran of the mountain view police department. san jose police officers received a tip of the child pornography and served a search warrant yesterday. the officer kevin nguyen was arrested in mountain view. a man who is called a roommate was arrested. >> the importantgraphy was on computers one belonging to kevin nguyen and the other to the other resident of the resolution -- residence. they were arrested on charges. >> officer kevin nguyen was booked into jail along with the other man for felony possession of child pornography. the police department says that the officer is on paid administration leave until the investigation is over. >>> the san francisco police gang task force was out early this morning in the dog patch neighborhood serving a search warrant at the hells angels on tennessee street. we were over the scene where one was taken into custody. we have learned police are investigating an aggravated assault that happened at a different election but allegedly involved the hells angels member and they are looking for evidence at t
ahead in the game. led by kevin durant's 49 points, way too much. 94-98 oklahoma city. washington down by 16 in the second half. taking the lead off this three. it's a beauty. then goes scoreless for five minutes. they were silent. indiana chugs ahead for a 93-89 win. spurs/thunders face off monday. standing or running jump, still the number one draft prospect. >> look at the height on that. >> what would you say his hop is there? 12 feet? i don't know. those fingers trying to hit those measuring bars on top. >>> yeah, that was easy for him, too. the catch made after 1:00 am in the morning because of weather delays. does he look tired? no way. >> he looks like a pro is what he looks like. >> exactly. sending trinity catholic high school to the championship game. high school. >>> jamis winston's shoplifting spree, the football/baseball star decided to steal crab legs. three-game suspension and 20 hours community service for crab legs. >>> johnny manziel sign there, now it's there. they're labeled johnny cash t-shirts. >> nice. >> after striking a deal with the nfl. that's probably got.
's...original gangsters... [laughs] >> at 59 kevin bartley is a member of the lifer's group at otisville correctional facility in new york. he is serving 15 years to life for his role in a murder during a convenience store robbery. >> we had a republican governor, that ran on crime and punishment and when he came in he said he didn't want no one with a violent crime to be released and that was the message he sent throughout the parole department and they took that very seriously. >> kevin has earned privileges at the prison, he works freely in the storehouse bringing in goods from the outside world. he's been told that he is a perfect candidate for release but he's been denied parole every time he has gone before the board, instead he keeps getting "deuced". >> two years or deuce is the max they can hold you. i've been deuced 8 times. so i'm part of the 16 year over the minimum club. >> when's your next one? >> my next one is in november 2011. >> is that going to be your year? >> that's going to be my year. that's going to be my year. 31 years in the penitentiary and i will leave. >> kevin has used h
for your report. kevin, you are up. >> thank you. my name is kevin woollen. i'm proud to be part of this. i'm a senior pest control specialist for san francisco parks and recreation department. basically i want to give you a little bit of history. i have been in this industry for 25 years and i have seen it shift from this spray applicator and something that says you need a safety license to not to make an application into is surface type water. it's evolved nowadays to a license which requires at least 42-semester units in biological sciences or in ecology. we made a transition to a very knowledge based classification. the folks standing besides me here have worked really hard to ensure we are doing things in a way that protects our environment and protects the people that use our parks and our roadways or golf courses. we have been working hard in the last three or four 4 years since i have been here to make an even bigger difference. i see the graph that chris shows and the opportunities to further improve it to have the use of a golf course. you have someone like matt pruitt whose an ed
minion only at the despicable me minion mayhem ride at universal studios hollywood. warriors - kevin love. timberwolves forward kevin love says he wants out of minnesota and the warriors are reportedly one of the teams interested in his services. love has one year left on his deal in minnesota but says he will walk once his contract is up so it would be wise for t'wolves to trade him the lakers are also interested in the 3-time all-star but the warriors have more to offerincluding david lee and klay thompson here's warriors insider ric bucher on sports night live last night sot: ric bucher tag: love averaged 26 points, 12.5 rebs per game last year nba charges sterling the nba has begun the process of forcing embattled l.a. clippers owner donald sterling into selling his team by charging him with "damaging the league" with his racist comments. they have set a hearing for june 3 in new yorkand shortly thereafter owners will vote on whether or not he must sell his teamif 75% of the 29 other owners vote him out, then he will forced to sell the clippers of course sterling plans to appealso it
introduce the panelists from my left down to the end. first is kevin warbacmh associate professor the legal studies and business ethics at university of pennsylvania of are worth ton school. hal singer, progressive policy institute and principal with economists incorporated. professor jer fahlaber, professor emeritus business ethics an public poll i wharton business school and chief economist of fcc. anna maria coke evacuations. georgetown, policy center and. -- cove evacuations. kovacs. start with a quick question for all of you. john just explained that interconnection with refers to the back end of internet. currently it is regulated it is by thousand thousands of these private and confidential agreements between network operators, most of which are so far, at least we understand are done even on a handshake basis. not a lot of them are even written down. i will ask each of you very quickly to give me your top line here. what role, if any do you think the fcc should be playing in regulating those agreements? i will start with kevin and go down the line. >> sure. i think he started us off
on "sunday morning." >> kevin spacey is revered star of stage, screen and internet. he has been shaking things up in portrayal of a schemer who turns the white house in to a house of cards. talking with anthony mason. >> you discussed this with no one. >> as cover winning actor kevin spacey took a huge risk starring in "house of cards" on netflix. >> people thought they were nuts. >> you obviously didn't. >> i didn't think so. >> his ruthless politician, frank underwood, has become a favorite even in washington. >> bill clinton said, i always wanted to be in your profession. >> a conversation with kevin spacey, ahead on "sunday morning." >> osgood: martha teichner meets the creators of freakonomics. steve hartman has a chat with a big tipper. dismisses hopes for dinosaur revival and more. first headlines from this sunday morning the 4th of may, 2014. ukrainian forces are on the move again today, they're trying to get control of public building from pro-russian separatists across eastern ukraine. yesterday, seven european military observers held captive by pro-russian separatists were fr
two wonderful "boston globe" columnist here, kevin cole in in your penitentiary, and we asked him if he would like to attend but when the phone didn't ring we knew it was him. [laughter] shelley and i have covered, first of all, shelley grew up in dorchester very close to the south boston line. she went to south boston high. my entire maternal side is in south boston so we would have grown up knowing, learning about whitey bulger by osmosis. everybody where we grew up where we were from knew he was a hoodlum, a and a very dangerous guy. approximate the same time the different newspapers, we were paying attention to him and writing about him. and, obviously, what really made whitey just a remarkable story is while he was the most powerful gangster in boston his brother that was the most powerful politician in massachusetts. he was the long serving, longest serving president of the state senate. he had an incredible patronage network in which he got people jobs, and with it came an awful lot of support for him, both politically but also so nobody said anything about whitey. i was pa
a good better than kevin? >> no. i'm sorry, no. >> reporter: she teaches them at her new jersey dance studio. 6-year-old beverly devos has been taking lessons only a year but 8-year-old kevin taes has been studying with johanna since he was 5. >> believe me, he knows what he's doing. he knows he's good. he knows he's got it. he loves attention. >> reporter: boy, has he gotten attention since people flipped for this video from a salsa congress in israel. what's kevin's favorite move? >> what i like the most is moving my legs fast and carrying the lady. >> reporter: not since the dancing dogs hit the internet has latin dancing gone so viral. johanna approves of the dog's foot work, too. >> come on. those legs are amazing. >> reporter: the kids have been wowing salsa fans for a couple of years. in fact, both kevin and beverly are world champions who won their age group at the world latin dance cup in miami with different partners over the last two years. kevin wants to be a professional dancer when he grows up, from youngsters to an oldster, a 79-year-old drove the crowd nuts with her sa
center. and kevin hassett is resident scholar and director of economic policy studies at the american enterprise institute, a conservative think tank. thank you both for joining us. heather boushey, what is it about this pretty dense economic theory that has caught fire? >> well, i think first and foremost, it's the intensity of his data. thomas piketty with a bunch of other people put together all this data on income, especially high incomes and wealth looking at a bunch of countries over a long period of time and, from that, he developed this idea that r is greater than g, that if the return on capital, the return on stocks of wealth and assets that people have is greater than what the economy is actually producing, greater than growth, well, then, those piles of money will just get bigger and bigger. he didn't develop that because it's some theory he was just coming up with in his office, he developed that because actually looking at the data and what that data told him. so it's very, very powerful and in some ways very different than a lot of the way economics work is done because
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'll ever hear came this week from nba superstar kevin durant of the oklahoma city thunder who was named the most valuable player of the nba. his acceptance speech was not the boilerplate and barely sincere oh, thank god my teammates and my family kind of stuff that you hear. it was an emotional and a heartfelt expression. something that you don't hardly see in a super charged athlete. humility. what causes one to brea beach towel and cry an ocean of tears is the tribute that kevin durant gave to his mother. >> tods were stacked against us. single parent with two boys by the time you were 21 years old, we weren't supposed to be here. you made us believe. you kept us off the street, you put clothes on our backs, fad on the table, when you didn't eat, you made sure we ate. you went to sleep hungry. you sacrificed for us. you're the real mvp. >> oh, wow! kevin durant is a tough guy who plays a tough game of professional basketball. but he's not ashamed of who he is because he knows what a blessing he received to have a mom who believed in him and like a mother bear, always protected her cub
, the week ahead, plus. kevin. >> and over 2 dozen tornadoes touched down across the plain. the threat is diminishing but we'll still have lots to talk about when we return right after this. come here... >>...most ridiculous thing i've heard in my life >> tested by hard lived truths... >> these migrants are being exploited >> beyond borderland... only on al jazeera america >> our current system has gone very far awry... >> there's huge pressure on the police to arrest and find somebody guilty >> i think the system is going to fail a lot of other people. >> you convicted the wrong person >> i find that extraordinarily disappointing... >> to keep me from going to jail, i needed to cooperate. >> somebody can put you in a death chamber >> it's not a joke >> the system with joe beringer only on al jazeera america >> some nasty weather has moved into the northwest. kevin corriveau is here with the weather kevin. >> storms moving through and not over yet. in nebraska specifically we've seen 17th tornadoes that's the preliminary count but all in all we have seen about 26 tornadoes moving acros
warriors watchers into a parking lot to watch the game. but fans like kevin johnson don't seem to mind. >> game seven, trying to get the warriors, we have to go. >> reporter: kevin tells me he has been a warriors fan since before birth. he has the hat and the past heart ache to prove it. >> we believe. we believe. >> reporter: if you want to watch a sporting event, ricky's is the best place to do it. over 100 tvs for a few hundred eyeballs with your friends to help root on the home team. >> it has been a while since they showed up and they finally showed up. >> on the move. grabby paul. fouled on the play. and that may seal it. >> reporter: so with that play, the game was effectively over. final score 126-121. the warriors lose a heartbreaker and a lot of heart ache for fans like kevin. live in san leandro, brian webb, kpix5. >> it has been an exciting year and vern has the highlights coming up in sports. >>> as for the donald sterling controversy, they are going to appoint a ceo to run the clippers. sterling could fight the decision in court. abc's barbara walters said that sterling a
into the camera, kevin. the point is we're not supposed to. ♪ >> take that, kevin spacey. >> i thought that was pretty good. >> kevin spacey did the house of card riff before. that killed in the room. >> i thought she did a very, very good job. now over 100-year history and the white house correspondence dinner allows them the opportunity to crack a few jokes but recently it's shifted to the weekend long extravaganza that surrounds the dinner. managed to rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in washington and hollywood. i'll have that coming up next on "morning joe." i got to see thomas roberts. >> you did. and rose mcgowan. >> she has a lot of advocacy. i was impressed by her. let's jump over to andrew garfield. >> you guys, cannot stop listening to beyonce album. >> i am obsessed. >> everything she does is perfect. >> he turned against his country. >> she is so good. not a huge fan of that one drunk in love song, though. >> what? >> it's too late. they've come for him. >> who's they? >> you need to run. now! >> reporter: they're erasing you. i know what you've done. you stay a
"rest in peace, kevin," kevin and another were killed by gunfire, neighbors heard the shots but no one called 9-1-1. >> there was a game or something or cinco demayo or...but...not >> it was a might their at 3:30 yesterday afternoon. a neighbor says weapon june's girlfriend discovered the body inside the home along with the body of her ex-husband who was suffering from terminal cancer. police say both men were in their 50's and had one gunshot wound. officers are not looking if any other suspects and believe they wered only people involved we in what appears to be a murder-suicide. kevin was a nice behind and leaves behind three daughters. detectives are try to determine what led to the shooting. >> we are talking to people who are familiar with the two. they are known to each other. again, i am sure there is a lot of if that has been provided to the detectives and they are working through all the details before though go ahead and make a final determination. >> right now, a death is considered a homicide and the other a suicide so the homicide count in the city of san jose goes up by
. you sacrificed ,,,,,,,, had for his mom. the m-v-p award >> just ahead of mother's day. nba star kevin durant is getting attention for the kind words he had for his mom. >> it leaves a lump in your throat. he received the mvp award yesterday and things got emotional when he started thanks her. >> we weren't supposed to be here. you made us believe. you kept us off the street. >> kevin won the award for the first time in his career, his mom spoke last fall about how hard she pushed him. >> i remember the looks. he would be like oh here she comes. if the coach said 25 crab walks, said you should do 75. kevin's speech lasted 30 minutes and none of it was scripted. >>> turns out, there are two oh! the name your price tool! you tell them how much you want to pay, and they help you find a policy that fits your budget. i told you to wear something comfortable! this is a polyester blend! whoa! uh...little help? i got you! unh! it's so beautiful! man: should we call security? no, this is just getting good. the name your price tool, still only from progressive. ♪ well i love a rainy night.♪
and others we've got the vice council kevin thank you and others as well. this is a huge roll in accepting our companies in general and in terms of encouraging people to encourage the location of visit and we have representatives of the city city group and it's fantastic to see those drient young people since 10 o'clock this morning's i have no idea how this has gotten to where it is, however, i'd like to say in terms of ireland's a major center for technology and investment and in this context cork for that our own indigenous keypads and so on but particularly for investment from california silicon valley and the bay area. extending back apple sit down up their european operations and now employees many people outside of the u.s. from cork and since then we've seen significant investments. i've heard about the companies that are based in cork and have taken the time to be here today and dell and other companies here. we thought it was really important that those companies that are cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic devices. poppe people are here today so see wh
we have two reports tonight beginning with nbc's kevin tibbles. >> reporter: the massive recall hits just as americans venture out to enjoy the warm weather and do some cooking. how do you like your burgers? >> medium rare. >> reporter: under 2 million pound ground beef products traced to wolverine packing in detroit are being recalled in 12 states, suspected of being tainted with e.coli bacteria. >> because of the poison it produces, this e. coli can cause severe illness. >> reporter: 11 people in four states have been hospitalized, including kevin mcdermott of grand rapids. >> i didn't have a clue what was going on. i've never been sick like that before in my life. >> reporter: while no product tested positive, wolverine says it was prudent to voluntary recall the beef. at first, it was thought the suspect meat was delivered primarily to restaurants, but the expanded recall includes several grocery chains, which means those planning to dust off grills this holiday weekend, should be aware of where their meat comes from and how it's cooked. >> reporter: doctors say ground beef shoul
went down to wire, broke three free throws to give the thunder it is victory but kevin durant was so nervous he couldn't bear to watch. what this is he looking over there, where is he? what is he thinking? i don't know because the internet is so awesome it became a meme so we had suggestions which of the following things kevin durant couldn't bear to wash. >> hey the pelican. >> hey buddy, turn around. >> you want some love? why won't you look at me. >> i could be a friend to you. >> hey, the shower is just right over here. >> or b was it the red wedding from game of thrown. >> he probably hasn't gotten up to that yet. >> you are spoiling the last season. come on guys! >> c the climactic theme from empire strikes back. >> look it up. >> yes, burnie. >> i have to go with the red wedding. >> the correct answer is, in fact, b! hope it feels fills them with careless destruction. >> the satanic symbol declared may 15th as what holiday. >> take your daughter to ritual sacrifice day. >> but don't leave with her. >> b. convert a jew day. >> we had a nosh and we ate some babies. >> c prot
foreign language.) >> thank you. i'm kevin i have a child attending high school. and i've been here in american for the past 17 years. i really occur about the children's health and education. i also often bring up the issue of health with my children and the importance of a healthy lifestyle i urge that others practice having a healthy lifestyle for their children. currently, the public education system needs for choices in improving the health and lives of our children and the healthy children is a good for healthy future so i hope you can safe our future and he approve of this tax >> seeing no other public comments can we close it. >> public comment is closed. >> i wanted to thank all the community folks and health experts today. i want to reiterate there's a weight of knowing not only from health association but the asian pacific islander i want to thank those people for their health work based on in asian pacific islander and diabetes and obesity and also our san francisco api council as well and the many organization within that. and seattle's asian pacific islander prevent
towel and cry an ocean of tears is the tribute that kevin durant gave to his mother. >> tods were stacked against us. single parent with two boys by the time you were 21 years old, we weren't supposed to be here. you made us believe. you kept us off the street, you put clothes on our backs, fad on the table, when you didn't eat, you made sure we ate. you went to sleep hungry. you sacrificed for us. you're the real mvp. >> oh, wow! kevin durant is a tough guy who plays a tough game of professional basketball. but he's not ashamed of who he is because he knows what a blessing he received to have a mom who believed in him and like a mother bear, always protected her cub. that cub is now a full grown grizzly. and i get the idea that no one had ever better mess with mama bear. as surely as she took care of her son when he was little, she would do anything now. to hear a professional athlete talk about love, honor, respect and appreciation. kevin durant set a high standard but one that i wish would become the norm in professional sports. i don't usually follow the nba a lot but after th
rattling. it was a really violent and scary experience. >> reporter: passenger kevin townsend says shortly after his packed united flight left the big island and reached cruising altitude, the plane took a sudden dive. >> it felt kind of like the plane had just gone dead in the air and started dropping. >> reporter: after leveling off the pilot announced a u.s. airways passenger plane was flying in the opposite direction at the same altitude. flight data shows the united flight headed for l.a. was cruising at 33,000 feet and suddenly dropped 600 feet to avoid the head-on collision. the faa said that kind of near miss is rare. it happens only once in about 100,000 flights. retired pilot captain dick dietz says in this case, and others, technology on board saves lives. >> the system in this case did exactly what it was supposed to do. and that's collision avoidance system avoided the collision. >> reporter: the faa mandates a 1,000-foot altitude separation and a 3-mile horizontal separation between passenger planes. the collision avoidance system comes on when one plane breaches those guidel
. and your question makes me think of kevin durant's mvp speech. i hope if anybody hasn't seen it, go to nba.com and watch it, but i remember at one point kevin durant says, really in addressing his mother, who was sitting in the audience at the end of the speech, i'm paraphrasing, i think, but he said something like, you know, mom, we weren't supposed to be here, you know, the deck was stacked against us, and even -- i get choked up a little bit remembering and watching him give that speech, and i think kevin durant as our most valuable player embodies what this league is all about, and frankly, mr. sterling doesn't. and so it's not just the performances on the court that it's a distraction from, and i think what made this moment bigger than basketball, certainly for everybody involved in the league, and that moment being that recording, was that it did come from within, that under david stern and commissioners that came before him, barriers were broken with this league, and i think they are -- for those who say it's a slippery slope and, my god, what happens to the next player or the next
at their footwork. have you ever seen a kid that's better than kevin? >> no, i'm sorry but no. >> johanna teachers the kids at her new jersey dance studio. 6-year-old beverly devers has been taking lessons only a year but kevin has been stitding with johanna since he was 5. >> believe me he knows he's good. he knows he got it. he loves attention. >> boy has he gotten attention since people flipped. over this video from a salsa congress in israel. what's kevin's favorite move? >> what i like the most is moving my legs fast and carrying the lady. ♪ >> not since the dancing dogs hit the internet has latin dancing gone so viral. johanna approves of the dog's footwork too. >> come on. those legs are amazing. >> the kids have been wowing salsa fans for a couple of years. in fact, both kevin and beverly are world champions, having won their age group at the world latin dance cup in miami with different partners over the last two years. ♪ kevin wants to be a professional dancer when he grows up. from youngsters to an oldster, a 79-year-old drove the crowd nuts with her salsa on britain's got talent la
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have to agree with that. >> i agree with kevin you to look at both. the market income that piketty looks at is important. if you just say let the market income in equality grow and we will fix it with transfers, you will have to ratchet up distribution year after year. a, i don't think it's a good idea or, b, that it's a good idea. if you look at in equality after taxes and transfer, it's gone up a lot. not as much as pretax and transfer, but it's gone up as well. one other thing i want to challenge kevin on because i take his point about the book. put piketty aside for a second. it is the case that in fact, if you look at the share of national income going to capital, however you want to defiant, and lash, the capital sherry has grown considerably say in the last 10 years. and the labor shares have gone down a lot. that is to me anyway a concern, somewhat worrisome, from the perspective of people who fend on their paychecks. that's in the books. >> jared, i will show this. i will put it up on the web site after the show. if you take housing out of his data, it got a slight down tr
decided to go big and take their idea one step further. we get the story from kevin tibbles. >> reporter: a gathering of real life super heroes, superman, batman, captain america, lots of them, too. >> it's the acceptable day to wear your cape. >> reporter: joining forces to do good. >> here we go. hop up and away. >> reporter: it's called the super run and more than 500 cape crusaders swooped onto the streets of detroit to save the day by raising money and awareness for local charities. oh, and have a little fun. >> everyone knows what to do with a superhero cape. >> reporter: holy brainstorm batman, it came from justin and holly bartman, owners of super fly kids, which makes capes of all shapes, sizes and colors. they also make capes for heart heroes, the organization we told you about last summer that provides them to kids battling the real life villain of heart defects. >> you know, just to be able to provide just that little bit of relief to, you know, what is going on is pretty special. >> reporter: by holding the super runs, this dynamic duo is hoping to show everyone that by dona
. >> the eldest daughter of kevin connauton vowed to name names to police as officers held muammar gaddafi for questioning in connection with a kidnapping. muammar gaddafi is being questioned by police about the murder of a woman, and denies having anything to do with her death. we have this report. >> antrim police station, a foreboding place, where the questioning of muammar gaddafi shows how far this place is from being at peace with itself. it was 41 years ago that kevin connauton, a mother of 10 was conducted from belfast. it was claimed she helped a wounded british soldier and she disappeared, her body disorder years lampt it underbin -- later. it undermined a claim of fighting a just claim. and a man who was the architect of a peace protest, as a commander that organised the abduction. jin's son spent -- jean's son spent thursday telling journalists that he was pleased history had not forgotten gerry adams. >> these people didn't care what they did. if they did care, they would have apologised. >> leading unionists in northern ireland and london said it was reasonable for the police
the mic over to kevin chang. >> thank you very much thanks for being here. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon mr. president and commissioners my name is kevin chang i'd like to give our presentation after a culmination of 10 meetings. >> i want to thank you very much for the work that you and your rate commission have done it does not go unnoticed these are all volunteers listening to the residents of san francisco i know i speak for the commission we're very grateful for your service. >> thank you. >> can can we go to the slide please just a quick background. formed in 2002 and it's a part of the charter and normally review 5-year forecasts and we have done this 5 years ago the members of the board 3 from city staff and 4 appointed by the board of supervisors of the mayor's office and during today's presentations there's a need for representation of the public and i encourage this commission to encourage the board to find this appointment for one of the vacant slots. we had 10 meetings as a board since july 7th of those were actually about the rates and both staff and consultants
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